Still recovering from the shocker that concluded Pretty Little Liars Season 5 Episode 25?
Still trying to decide how you feel over the major
reveal reveAl that Jason has a twin brother named Charles who appears very much to be A?
But now it's time to focus on another bombshell dropped by series creator Marlene King.
Speaking to E! News about what fans can expect from Pretty Little Liars Season 6, the producer said a significant time jump is planned.
It will not take place within the first 10 episodes, all of which are dedicated to learning more about Charles and why he has stalked the girls for so long - but it will take fans very far into the future.
"We're going to do a four-year time jump and we will honor that before the end of season six," King teases. "It's really exciting. I can't wait to see the girls after they come back from college. It's going to be awesome."
To conclude Pretty Little Liars Season 5, Charles DiLaurentis brought the four girls (along with a suddenly-alive Mona) to his own personal dollhouse, which is precisely where we'll see them at the start of season six.
"We will start next season right were we left off, with the girls trapped and they don't get out immediately," King previews, adding another gigantic spoiler:
"You will see Charles' face. The girls will come face-to-face with 'A' before the end of the summer and 'A' will be completely unmasked."
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